thisisjustjared:

semiscaryspice:

A real comment I received on an essay shout out to my professor for proving academics, too, can be fuckboys

Wow

thisisjustjared:

semiscaryspice:

A real comment I received on an essay shout out to my professor for proving academics, too, can be fuckboys

Wow

Mine sound blissful in comparison to yours Y.

It’s also demoralizing when my parents make statements like ‘within this year we need to marry you off’. Not sure how long I can fight them off for.

I did nothing wrong today. I don’t deserve this today. It’s coming :(

It’s 3 years later and my parents still discuss a decision I made then. Shoulda coulda. They’ve been on my case about this since I was 18. But the talks existed before that even. And it’s just been following me for so long. And puts me in a weird catatonic state where I feel in conflict with what I want vs what my parents want, my own doubts about whether my parents are right vs certainty that I know better, my own abilities. Then there is also feeling of having failed my parents or feeling like a disappointment. It just feels demoralizing and I feel like giving up before I accomplish anything

Me: the Y chromosome is considerably smaller and carries little information
Dude *visibly offended*: no. no. It isn’t smaller. It’s the same size as the X chromosome
Me: no it’s smaller in size, but no need to take it personally because you have one.
Dude: no, it’s not smaller, it’s just missing a leg.


this makes no sense

this makes no sense

(Source: yodiscrepo)

Mom: yah he’s not good looking and is too old for you
Me: then why did you want me to meet him
Mom: his mom is so nice and sweet lady, I like her very much
Me: -.-

Not sure if I talked about it before but I was in a pretty confusing place for 2 years, spiritually/religiously speaking until late last year. It feels nice to have finally come to terms with where I am at. I went from being orthodox in my approach to my practice of my religion to not knowing where i stood. Not going to lie though, it was an emotional struggle, it felt like losing a part of yourself. Thats a cliché saying but I think you don’t really know what that feels like until you experience it. It feels empty.

So that was me and I just let it be. I let the confusion be. I let the unknowing be. And I eventually figured it out. It wasn’t a nice journey. But better now having been through it.

نیا فون نیا کی بورڈ

Real horror show right here folks. This monstrosity is at least 7 cm in diameter. How to kill it

Real horror show right here folks. This monstrosity is at least 7 cm in diameter. How to kill it

nativefaces:

CULTURAL GENOCIDE:  Before and After photo of a young Cree boy, forced to attend a Canadian “Indian school.” (1910)

nativefaces:

CULTURAL GENOCIDE:  Before and After photo of a young Cree boy, forced to attend a Canadian “Indian school.” (1910)

Anonymous asked: You and I have the same views on marriage and I have a question. Is it bad that I on principle will reject any guy from abroad because I don't want to be used as a passport/green card/visa/whatever?

Hey hun. I don’t think it’s bad to reject any guy for any reason whatsoever. Of course, your reason is a legitimate concern arising from actual happenings. But even if you just weren’t *feeling* it, that’s cool too. Do what’s best for you.

I wish I was dating Samira Wiley.